In a quick decision, the jury found Muhammad guilty on all counts. This makes him the first person convicted of being a terrorist under Virginian law. The jury then began to hear testimony in order to make its decision whether to kill him or not. Apparently, the prosecution intends to produce evidence that Muhammad flooded his cell in an attempt to escape.
Prosecutors refused to divulge details of the incident, but said "the words of the defendant himself" would support their argument, and said he was placed in solitary confinement as a result of the attempted escape.You've got to be kidding! Anybody who knows anything about jails/prisons knows that prisoners do two things when they are bored/upset: they burn things or try to flood their cell. Nobody has any kind of actual expectation that this will accomplish anything (except getting them thrown in solitary confinement).
A quick synopsis of the important information of Muhammad's life.